Since its founding in 1837, John Deere has been a leader in using innovative ideas and technologies, and today we build some of the world's most advanced agricultural, turf, construction, and forestry equipment.
Our innovations offer benefits far beyond our own industry. John Deere technology can help reduce product development times, enhance product performance, and differentiate products in a hyper-competitive global marketplace.
John Deere Intellectual Property Connection
John Deere Intellectual Property Available for Licensing
Patent related to a system and method that gathers environmental data for potential mission locations and vehicle data (historical use & maintenance) to manage a vehicle fleet by matching vehicles to one or more missions such that the matched vehicles are likely to complete the mission.
Patent related to a bulkhead for constraining a bulk material within a container.
Patents related to the cooling and connection of fuel cells and the storage and cooling of hydrogen fuel.
Patents related to optical range finder technology based on the use of MEMS Micro Mirror Arrays (MMA).
Patent related to a robust USB connection configured to occupy the space utilized by a motor vehicle cigarette lighter.
Select patents from John Deere's commercially discontinued telehandler product line, related to the following areas: Anti-Tippping, Actively Stabilized Suspension, Floating Position Boom, Boom Suspension System, Miscellaneous.
A patent related to drive system technology that provides a range of infinitely adjustable speeds controlled thru a pivotably connected lever on the handle of self propelled power equipment, such as a Walk Behind Mower (WBM).
Patent and Know How related to a coating that can extend the life of wear parts.